This has both a rich structure and rich fruit. The tannins comes first, dark and concentrated with spice and a dry core. After it, the ripe and juicy black fruit is layered with dense acidity. Together these two elements make for a concentrated wine that will age. Drink from 2020. (RV)
The 2014 Vosne Romanée (Domaine du Clos Frantin) has a pretty, light red cherry and raspberry-scented bouquet. The palate is sweet on the entry with fleshy red fruit, simple but balanced with an easy drinking, slightly pointed finish. Albert Bichot is one of those Beaune-based producers that can really surprise. Maybe like me, you spent years dismissing the wines while drinking your La Tâche and the lo and behold, you are served a bottle of Bichot blind and marvel at how well it shows. (NM)
Good bright red. Pungent aromas of raspberry and minerals. Much riper and purer than the Nuits-Saint-Georges that led off my tasting here, offering high-pitched flavors of raspberry, blood orange and flowers. Finishes with fairly ripe, suave tannins. (ST)
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